"Dog" The Bounty Hunter Out On Bail


Duane Chapman or as his better known on the A&E series “Dog The Bounty Hunter” has been released on $100,000 bail. A condition of his bail is that him and his son and another employee have to wear electronic monitoring divises while on bail. The three of them are in trouble for bounty hunting in Mexico when they caught Max Factor heir Andrew Luster who was wanted for rape charges in the United States on three women. Andrew Luster was later convicted and sentenced to 124 years in prision. Because Dog refused to had over Andrew Luster the local police arrested them and after making bail they didn’t return for there court case. Bounty hunting is illegal in Mexico so now Mexico is trying to return them to faces charges. The whole seen was filmed by A&E camera crews for a future episode of the show.

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